Well everyone… It is officially the last day of the September Release. It’s sad that it’s coming to an end, but don’t worry! Later this month we are having another one and I get to release a Christmas stamp set I designed!!
Today the designers are featuring the beautiful new StampTV Kit called Fruit of the Season.
It comes with two gorgeous stamp sets along with the coordinating dies. AND a beautiful collection of paper that will go fabulously with the projects you create with this new kit.
For my first card, I stamped the poinsettias with Red Velvet Ink, then sponged the leaves in Fresh Asparagus.
I cut them out and adhered them to a Kraft card base that I spruced up using the Elegant Script Background Stamp.
(By the way, I took a major chunk out of my day in attempting to translate what this background stamp’s script was saying, only to come to the conclusion that it is mainly gibberish. Just in case you were curious or wondering too.)
I stamped on a greeting, then splashed some gold Perfect Pearls on the top of the card to give extra sparkle.
I used the Elegant Script stamp again for this card. I created a background using that stamp, then stamping a bunch of other images from the set onto the piece of Cardstock. I did a lot of ink blending to give a more realistic effect. I took vellum and heat embossed a greeting from the kit in gold. I love how elegant this stamp set is paired with that script background stamp.
I basically just heat embossed all the snowflakes in white for this card, then took various watercolors to create a gorgeous blue background.
This is a free hand landscape design I created. I’m so in love with how it turned out. I used one of the greetings from the kit because it fit on this card perfectly!
Now I will be sharing a couple cards I made with the new incentive set.
I’m not even a coffee drinker, but this set is absolutely adorable! Everyone tries to make me drink coffee. But I look at all these obsessed coffee drinkers around me (my boyfriend used to drink 6 pots a day) that get migraines if they don’t feed their addiction. So I just sit back and take another sip of my tea and refuse the influence.
I made a background for this card using different colored Distress Inks to make it look like coffee spilled on the paper. I then colored the cups in with my Copics.
I used my Copics to color a background for this card. How cute is that greeting?? And you can get this set absolutely FREE with a purchase of $75 on the Gina K website!
Go take a look at the amazing projects done by other members of the Gina K. team! Don’t forget to comment on each blog so you are in the running to win a $50 gift certificate to Gina K Designs.
Thanks y’all for stopping by! ￼￼❤️🤟🏽